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Human woman? Check! @stevenmc Honestly, I think you have a good grasp of facial features, especially the eyes, though you are right they are slightly off. With more consistent shading and detail throughout the face...this is on it's way to being pretty great! Remember, every drawing is a learning opportunity, and continuous practice will only refine skills further.
1- Rhino with importance method 2- Rhino with light direction method 3- Rhino with different light direction 4- Monkey from observation with importance and light direction (worried I added too many details but I felt like they helped read the form of the sculpture and the light direction) 5- Giraffe from observation with light direction (It was really hard holding back and not start to shade this thing to read the form better but I added some lighter texture lines instead that seem to also help read the form)
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This is an attempt to observe proportions only using my eyes (which is how I get used to do). I find I tend to draw things wider when eyeballing. It's good to do this practice after last assignment. I feel I can get a more efficient and accurate proportion measurement by adjusting the ratio using both methods. Thank you Stan!